104 minutes – Light comedy
Release date: March 31, 1971 (Montréal, Québec)
Canadian distributor: International Film Distributors
Three ski instructors spend more time accumulating sex partners than giving lessons and spend more time in bed than on the slopes. Also released as Snowballin’, and Sex in the Snow. Aprés Ski was made during the era of so-called Maple Syrup Porn. Thanks to tax incentives to help the fledgling Canadian film industry, many soft-core films were made, mainly featuring some mild nudity and some adult situations more risqué than blatantly pornographic. Made for an estimated $800,000, it is thought to have made a significant profit for its investors.
The poster for Après Ski was scanned from an original in the Northernstars Collection.